2 Days Tour Package: Khor Virap, Noravank, Tatev, Karabakh, Sevan

2 Days tour package: Khor Virap, Noravank, Tatev, Karabakh, Sevan

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2 Days Tour Package: Khor Virap, Noravank, Tatev, Karabakh, Sevan

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DURATION:
2 Days / 1 Night
PICK UP POINT:
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Brief description

Khor Virap – Armenian monastery, built in 642, translated from Armenian means “deep hole”. Areni is the birthplace of winemaking. Viticulture on the territory of Armenia originated many years before our era. Monastery Noravank is among the wonderful steep red rocks on the ledge of a meandering gorge. It was founded in the XII century on the site of ancient buildings. One of the masterpieces of medieval Armenian architecture is the Tatev monastery. It is located on a hill which is surrounded on three sides by deep chasms, and it can only be reached from the north. Stepanakert is the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh. Stepanakert is the administrative, cultural and
economic center of the republic. Ancient city – the fortress of Shushi for many years was the administrative, religious, cultural and educational center of one of the 15 provinces of historical Armenia – Nagorno-Karabakh. Shushi has
a very rich history. After May 9, 1992, the most vivid event of the new history of the Armenian people – the victory in the Karabakh liberation war – is connected with the name of Shushi. Gandzasar monastery is one of the wonders of Artsakh. Situated in the Great Arank region of the state of Artsakh, on w promontory high above the west bank of the Khachen river, it overlooks the scenic village of Vank in the Martakert district. In between the Karabakh and Mrav mountain ranges, on the left bank of the Trtu river, atop a small forested hill, there lies one of the most ancient holy sites of Artsakh, where the settlement of Khut once stood. The high-mountainous Lake Sevan is the “pearl of Armenia”. Lake Sevan – located at an altitude of 1,900 m above sea level in the center of the Armenian highland, 63 km northeast of the Armenian capital of Yerevan city and is the largest of the Caucasus lakes.

1. Transportation on comfortable vehicles
2. Guide service if needed
3. All tickets to mentioned historic and cultural sights, museums
4. Drinking water in the vehicle
5. Taxes

1. Food if not selected
2. Accommodation, if not selected
3. Additional alcoholic drinks

1. The tour for children under 4 is free of charge
2. 50 % discount for children 4-10 is available
3. The tour is free with Yerevan Card
4. We can organize the pick-up from your hotel in city center
5. Please e-mail us if there are children under 4 years with you

Day 1: 10:00
Stop 1: Khor Virap

Khor Virap – Armenian monastery, built in 642, translated from Armenian means “deep hole”. Khor Virap is one of the shrines of the Armenian Apostolic Church, a place of pilgrimage. The most interesting fact of this monastery is the fact that it was built on the site of the royal prison, where Gregory the Illuminator was previously imprisoned – the patron saint and the first official head of the Armenian Apostolic Church by the Armenian king for 13 years. From the territory of the monastery there is an unusual view of the biblical mountain Ararat.

13:00
Stop 2: Noravank

Monastery Noravank is among the wonderful steep red rocks on the ledge of a meandering gorge. It was founded in the XII century on the site of ancient buildings. Complex Noravank, thanks to the magnificent creations of medieval architects and its location on the background of a beautiful landscape, leaves an indelible impression. It is one of the majestic monuments of the Armenian medieval architecture.

16:00
Stop 3: Tatev

Monastery Tatev is the pearl of the Armenian architecture of the Middle Ages. It is located in South Armenia in the center of the Syunik province, 315 km from Yerevan and 30 km from the city of Goris, on the right bank of the Vorotan River, near the village of Tatev with the same name. The monastery was erected in the 9th – 13th centuries and consecrated in honor of St. Eustathius, a disciple of the Apostle Thaddeus, who, like his teacher, preached Christianity and was martyred for a new faith.

18:00
Stop 4: Stepanakert

Stepanakert is the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh. Stepanakert is the administrative, cultural and economic center of the republic. It is located on the eastern slope of the Karabakh mountain chain, on the left bank of the tributary of the Karkar River, Vararakn, 850 m above sea level. The heart of Stepanakert is the Veratsnund (Renaissance) area with the Presidential Palace, the parliament building, the government building and the Youth Palace. The symbol of Stepanakert, and the whole of Karabakh is the monument "We and our mountains", widely known among the people as Grandfather and Grandmother.

Day 2: 10:00
Stop 1: Shushi

Ancient city – the fortress of Shushi for many years was the administrative, religious, cultural and educational center of one of the 15 provinces of historical Armenia – Nagorno-Karabakh. Shushi has a very rich history. After May 9, 1992, the most vivid event of the new history of the Armenian people – the victory in the Karabakh liberation war – is connected with the name of Shushi. The pride of Shushi is the church of Surb Amenaprkich (Kazanchetsots) of the 19th century, which is an example of a harmonic fusion of the monument with the environment. The church of Kazanchetsots is one of the most impressive religious buildings in Armenia, it is an excellent embodiment of the building genius of the Armenian people. It is the best possible indication of how much the strength of the Armenian building art was in the 19th century.

12:00
Stop 2: Gandzasar Monastery

Gandzasar monastery is one of the wonders of Artsakh. Situated in the Great Arank region of the state of Artsakh, on w promontory high above the west bank of the Khachen river, it overlooks the scenic village of Vank in the Martakert district. The monastery was built on the site of an ancient church, as evidenced by khachkars centuies older than the monastic complex. Gandzasar is first mentioned in mid-tenth century writings of Anania Mokatsi. On this site, Prince Hasan Jalal Dola of Lower Khachen began the construction of the great cathedral of Gandzasar. The church was completed in 1238.

14:00
Stop 3: Dadivank Monastery

In between the Karabakh and Mrav mountain ranges, on the left bank of the Trtu river, atop a small forested hill, there lies one of the most ancient holy sites of Artsakh, where the settlement of Khut once stood.
According to tradition dating from the first century, Dadi, disciple of the Apostle Thadeus, came here to spread Christianity. After he was martyred here, a monastery was built over his grave and called Dadivank in his honor; it is also known as Khutavanq, marking the location.

18:00
Stop 4: Sevan

The high-mountainous Lake Sevan is the “pearl of Armenia”. Lake Sevan – located at an altitude of 1,900 m above sea level in the center of the Armenian highland, 63 km northeast of the Armenian capital of Yerevan city and is the largest of the Caucasus lakes. From all sides, Sevan is surrounded by mountain ranges, offering a stunning view of alpine lake.. The lake is famous for its purest fresh water, and pure mountain air has a beneficial effect on health.

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